“Gisheek: Spirit of the Cedar”
Printed annually, this booklet gives insight to the motivation behind the project, a run down of our accomplishments to date, as well as what’s on the horizon for the future of The Zaagkii Project. You can view it below. Continue reading
Secrets of the Monarch from the land & peoples of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
Recently printed, this booklet gives insight to the motivation behind the project, a run down of our accomplishments to date, as well as what’s on the horizon for the future of The Zaagkii Project. You can view it online Continue reading
Tentatively scheduled for October 2011.
Following the Monarch Butterfly from Michigan to Mexico.
A dedication ceremony will be held in late August for the 16-foot geodesic dome solar-powered greenhouse that was built this summer at the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community (KBIC) in an effort to restore native species plants to northern Michigan.
The Marquette Monthly featured a Story on the Zaagkii Project – entitled “KBIC helps indigenous plant restoration with greenhouse” in the July, 2010 issue by Greg Peterson.
Years 2008 & 2009 of the Zaagkii Project are briefly recapped and the third and final year 2010 is summarized in this article posted Tuesday, February 2, 2010 by Jan Schultz.
Native American Times News Story on Zaagkii Project – entitled “As bees die, Keweena Bay Indian Community adults, teens actively protect pollinators” posted Monday, October 27, 2008.
Tree Hugger News Story on Zaagkii Project – entitled “Michigan Teens Build Butterfly Houses and Plant 26,000 Native Plants through the Zaagkii Wings and Seeds Project” posted Friday, October 26, 2008 by Sara Novak, Columbia, SC.